As a Scrum Master my opinion on doing Scrum in combination with a fixed price, fixed functionality and fixed deadline is somewhat tricky to grasp. However, it still common that in many projects fixed price is just simply the norm. For instance, this is often the case in public tenders for government or education institutions for various projects such as the procurement of a new software system to name an example. So if you and your company win the tender it’s up to you and your team to deal with the “fixed everything” aspect of the project. Interested in how to deal with some of the ongoing aspects of changes in the requirements, deadlines and how to keep both the customer and the team happy? Read on, in this blog I will share with you our experiences with fixed price projects and Scrum.